Jules has never lived up north.
All her life, she lived in an area where the climate was hot and dry.
It barely snowed in winter, so they had to travel to different areas to enjoy some skiing as a family. Jules’s memories of the many winter vacations made her long to live in a cooler climate. She packed her bags after college and moved up north without a job. Jules figured she could search for something to do when she got there. Her friend had a spare room in her apartment which Jules rented for a year as she settled down. Later, she found a job and a new place to stay with excellent features. The house was in a hilly area, and Jules loved the views she got no matter the season. She also appreciates that the owner has installed a furnace system that keeps her cosy in winter. However, one issue Jules has had to deal with is dry air in winter. When they vacationed in such places as a kid, Jules never knew there was something like dry air. But, now, as a resident of this cooler area, she is learning all about it. During her first winter, Jules fell ill and had to go to the hospital. Her doctor explained the issue with dry air and advised Jules to get a humidifier for her home. The low humidity levels resulted from regular furnace use all winter to heat the house. Adding a humidifier would offer Jules relief and ensure she was comfortable in her new home.